Connected: 24 Hours in the Global Economy

Dec 4, 2007

Altman stayed awake for 24 hours tuned to the wire services to study the global economy. He discusses the growing clout of emerging economies, the business advantages and liabilities of China's looser ethical standards, and the dwindling national allegiances of global corporations.

Altman stayed awake for 24 hours tuned to the wire services to study the global economy. He discusses the growing clout of emerging economies, the business advantages and liabilities of China's looser ethical standards, and the dwindling national allegiances of global corporations.

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